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I need to implement a spell checker in my java application
Can anyone tell me how to do it
 
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Steal the microsoft one(COM), and put a java wrapper for it.
 
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Search the web for using the SoundEx algorithm. I'm sure there are some Java ports out there.

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Can U tell which microsoft OCX/DLL is used for spell check
I was not able to find one and how to imlpement this through this JNI
However I found spellcheck.dll which has a wrapper EXE , which do all the spell check . I need to implement this DLL through JNI in my java application.
When I implemented this Dll it was giving me error java.library.path . I suppose some problem in DLL library path .
I need to implement the spell checker in my application but till date I haven't found any solution
 
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